filter funnel for handpresso domepod
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the handpresso is an awesome little portable manual espresso maker.
the domepod version allows you to use pre-ground (fresh!) espresso. however, due to its small size, it is quite difficult to fill (especially for clumsy people like me)... so i decide to make a small funnel for it. (similar to thing:21802, but for a slightly different purpose).
i made the inner diameter 32mm for the first print based on the specs of the domepod basket, and it fits fine in the domepod.
still learning how to use blender... if there's anything that i should have done different, please let me know!
p.s. i am not affiliated with handpresso in any way :)
this was printed with no scaling on a MakerBot Replicator. No raft. the larger diameter is 50mm and the smaller diameter is 32mm. it should be quite straight forward as long as the machine is reasonably calibrated. (still getting used to our machine! :)
rounded off any loose bits, and if you prefer, apply a layer of food safe coating for maximum peace of mind. (dry coffee grounds passing by is probably not a huge concern in any case :)
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